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November 2009

School of Law hosts leader in Christian entertainment

Dr. Ted Baehr, chairman of the Christian Film & Television Commission and founder and publisher of Movieguide magazine, challenged Liberty University School of Law students to be successful in Hollywood. ...

11.30.2009 | Read More

Snowflex Centre highlighted in Washington Post

The Washington Post featured Liberty Mountain Snowflex Centre in its ski-themed travel section on Sunday, Nov. 29. ...

11.30.2009 | Read More

First-ever campus trail race series a success

Winners have been announced for the first-ever Liberty Mountain Trail Series — four-races covering 27.4 miles of mountainous terrain on the Liberty University campus. ...

11.25.2009 | Read More

Law school dean appears on TV, calls Adam Lambert act indecent

Mat Staver, dean of Liberty University School of Law and founder of Liberty Counsel, appeared on CBS’ “The Early Show” Wednesday morning regarding a complaint filed with the FCC against ABC for airing the controversial performance by Adam Lambert during the 2009 American Music Awards. ...

11.25.2009 | Read More

Sam Chelanga wins national cross country championships

Sam Chelanga was crowned NCAA Division 1 Men's Cross Country Champion on Monday, Nov. 23. ...

11.23.2009 | Read More

Couple’s gift annuities to Liberty total $5 million

An Arizona couple who funded Liberty University’s largest-ever gift annuity total — $3.8 million — just more than a year ago have decided to give even more to the school they have supported since the beginning. ...

11.20.2009 | Read More

H1N1 vaccine readily available on campus

Like many medical offices across the country, Light Medical at Liberty University was eagerly awaiting the H1N1 vaccine for students, faculty and staff. The wait was over two weeks ago, when the office received the first allotment of 100 doses and began administering them to pregnant women and asthmatics — the groups the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has designated as having the highest risk of complications from the virus. ...

11.20.2009 | Read More

School of Engineering receives $300,000 software grant

Liberty University School of Engineering and Computational Sciences (SECS) was recently awarded a $300,000 grant from Simio to add new simulation software to its educational resources library. ...

11.19.2009 | Read More

FOX News reporter, an LU alumna, visits campus

FOX News reporter and Liberty University alumna Shannon Bream addressed students at Wednesday’s convocation, encouraging them to be proud that they will enter the working world as LU graduates. ...

11.18.2009 | Read More

Focus on the Family leader speaks at convocation

Tim Goeglein, vice president of Focus on the Family, spoke at Liberty University’s convocation in the Vines Center Monday morning. ...

11.17.2009 | Read More

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